Thursday, May 5, 2011

Watch the 3rd IAD Pathfinder Camporee online

Thousands of Pathfinders gather at the IAD Camporee. Photo courtesy IAD/Adventist News Network.
Thousands of Pathfinders gather at the IAD Camporee. Photo courtesy IAD / Adventist News Network.
Source: Adventist News Network

More than 20,000 people attended the 3rd Inter-American Division (IAD) Pathfinder Camporee April 19-23, 2011 in Mexico City, Mexico.


Pathfinders came from across Central America, the Caribbean and parts of South America to attend the five-day youth event.


This year's camporee theme, "Conquering Giants," was based on the Bible story of David defeating Goliath.


More than 260 people were baptized at camporee and more than 1,000 people were invested.


The next IAD Pathfinder Camporee is scheduled to be held in 2017 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.


You can watch videos of the nightly camporee programs below:


Nightly program - April 19


Conquistando Gigantes - Apertura from Inter-American Division on Vimeo.


Nightly program - April 20


Programa - Abril 20, 2011 from Inter-American Division on Vimeo.


Nightly program - April 21 (Part 1)


Programa 1 de 2 - Abril 21, 2011 from Inter-American Division on Vimeo.


Nightly program - April 21 (Part 2)


Programa 2 de 2 - Abril 21, 2011 from Inter-American Division on Vimeo.


Nightly program - April 22 (Part 1)


Programa 1 de 2 - Abril 22, 2011 from Inter-American Division on Vimeo.


Nightly program - April 22 (Part 2)


Programa 2 de 2 - Abril 22, 2011 from Inter-American Division on Vimeo.


Sabbath morning program - April 23


Programa 1 de 2 - Abril, 23, 2011 from Inter-American Division on Vimeo.


Closing program - April 23


Programa 2 de 2 - Abril, 23, 2011 from Inter-American Division on Vimeo.

See photos from camporee. Official camporee website.


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